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Members of the Class of 2018 with their diplomas.
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Fisher graduates have drive, compassion, and a commitment to lifelong learning. Meet Fisher Alumni

Class of 2018 member Claire Sauter accepts her diploma from Dean Dianne Cooney Miner.
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St. John Fisher College conferred its 30,000th degree during the 64th Commencement Ceremony, expanding its strong network of proud Fisher graduates. Explore the Fisher Alumni Family

New graduates of the Wegmans School of Pharmacy.
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Fisher's graduates embrace the College's values of goodness, discipline, and knowledge. #fisher2018

Alumni Success

My experience at Fisher prepared me very well for the working world. The quality and practicality of a Fisher education is of such great value to me. I am immensely grateful to the physics department for giving me a high quality education on a very personal level, and for helping me become the person I am today. ”

Samantha Bonelli
  • Samantha Bonelli ’14
  • Physical Science Category Specialist, VWR International

An internship is the best place to practice the skills you've learned in class, fail at your first attempts, and then learn through trial and error the most effective way to execute those skills in the real world. These were excellent experiences and afforded me great insight into the inner workings of a company outside of the classroom. ”

Michael Bonner
  • Michael Bonner ’16
  • Audit Associate, KPMG

The biology department has so much to offer in terms of courses that spark your personal interest and professors with different backgrounds who are willing to help with anything. ”

At the School of Education, you are not simply a student, but part of a community of learners—including the faculty. ”

Taylor Giarrizzo

My degree in American studies has allowed me to excel in my career at a young age. The program taught me how to establish a position on a particular issue and convey a consistent message while addressing alternative perspectives. ”

Peter Stoller
  • Peter Stoller '05
  • Executive Director, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) - Rochester, NY Chapter
  1. 5

    There are five Schools at Fisher: School of Arts and Sciences; School of Business; Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. School of Education; Wegmans School of Nursing; and Wegmans School of Pharmacy. Learn more

  2. Lavery Library provides collaborative workspaces for students.

  3. 35

    Fisher offers 35 academic majors in the humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, business, education, and nursing. Learn more

  4. Nursing majors have access to the latest simulation technology, allowing them to learn in a true-to-life hospital environment.

  5. 13

    Fisher students take classes in 13 academic buildings, many outfitted with cutting-edge equipment and technology. Learn more

  6. Students specializing in film production, web and graphic design, video game production, and graphics programming work in an interactive media arts lab.

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